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Three best friends spy on their families, sneak into each other's house, and organize elaborate pranks.

Director:

Robert Burke

Writer:

Robert Burke
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
William B. Davis ... Rick Brinkley
Andrew C. Maier Andrew C. Maier ... Max Brinkley
Jennifer Lancheros Jennifer Lancheros ... Jessica Taylor
Spencer Esau Spencer Esau ... Scott Sanders
Paul Eenhoorn ... Mr. Daniels
Jason Dittmer Jason Dittmer ... Jeff
Michelle Gillette ... Mrs. Swingleham
Derrick Cameron Derrick Cameron ... Reggie
James B. Winkler James B. Winkler ... Agent Riles
Peter Balogh Peter Balogh ... Principal Henderson
Wynn Tingley Wynn Tingley ... Mark Bean
Dayna Lurie Dayna Lurie ... Sara Bean
Sasha Young Sasha Young ... Nicole
Henry Hart Henry Hart ... Dr. Nimble
Michael Koler Michael Koler ... Jim Kelly
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Three best friends spy on their families, sneak into each other's house, and organize elaborate pranks.

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Saving the world one homework assignment at a time.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 June 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Max Rules: Adventures of a Super Spy See more »

Filming Locations:

Seattle, Washington, USA See more »

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Jumpshot Films See more »
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Color
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Selected for exclusive American Express and Citigroup screenings at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival in New York. See more »

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The mashed potatoes gave me P.T.S.D
25 February 2017 | by drblackjackSee all my reviews

Atrocious acting, wonky editing, a plot that forgot to take its Ritalin and a limited, repetitive soundtrack whose main theme almost plagiarizes the pirates of the Caribbean theme put this movie below bottom of the bargain bin standards.

Though in fairness, it saddens me to see that the spoonful of mashed potatoes wasn't nominated in the 2004 Oscars, i know it's hard to make a spoon of lumpy potatoes cry, but hey, there's a feminine side to all of us. :(


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